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Tribes sue California over 1999 slot machine cap
Late last year, the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians sent the state $535,000 as a down payment on $1.8 million in licensing fees for 428 slot machines it wanted to add to its Sa...
Gold on the river Bottom
Don Baumgart, Today correspondent
Floating pow wow offers unique vacation
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON STATE – If you love pow wows and adore the ocean, a trip on the Pow Wow Cruise is likely to be at the top of your list of ideal vacations...
Up to 100 dead in Amazon clashes: activist
Up to 100 Amazon natives have been killed after Friday's military crackdown on protesters in Peru and the situation is expected to worsen, says a Canadian Indigenous rights activis...
Jasper: Need for constant vigilance
T he recent letter from six members of Congress to Attorney General Eric Holder asking for an investigation of the “Five Civilized Tribes” illustrates ignorance regarding the non-I...
Debit cards now a choice for trust beneficiaries
Maria Scandale, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – Issuing a debit card was the federal government’s answer last year as a safer way for many tribal members to get trust fund payments – safer than carrying around thous...
NARP invests in energy development on American Indian reservations
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
SALT LAKE CITY – Creating an environment where tribes can be proactive in energy investments on their own land is what the private equity development fund Native American Resource ...
Winds blow hope to the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe
Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
EAGLE BUTTE, S.D...
SAIGE Training Conference looks to ‘Many Nations’ for ‘One Spirit’
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
SAN DIEGO – More than 400 federal employees, job recruiters and future American Indian leaders are expected to gather this summer for the Sixth Annual Society of American Indian Go...
To incorporate or not to incorporate
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – As business prospects for tribal entities continue to become more confusing as legislation and questions of sovereignty are constantly put to the test tribal entities may...
‘Tribal Business Structure Handbook’
Peter d’Errico, Today correspondent
T he “Tribal Business Structure Handbook” is an important new guide to business ventures in Indian country, where tribal, federal and state laws intersect...
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
A nd I don’t mean the fun, social kind of pow wow. I mean the endless amount of business and department meetings some of us are required to attend on a weekly basis...
Oneida Indian Nation police go high-tech to search for missing persons
Master hatter to offer new line
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
MANCOS, Colo. – Nate Funmaker is a master hatter noted for his high – quality hats, each handmade, designed and constructed with a particular buyer in mind...
Peigan Crafts Ltd. now 35 years old
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
BROCKETT, ALBERTA – Peigan Crafts Ltd. was incorporated in 1973, noted primarily for crafting moccasins, although also making mitts, mukluks and pillows...
Pendleton celebrates 100 years with ‘Weaving America’s Spirit Since 1909’
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
Washington tribes receive nearly $2 million to protect Puget Sound
SEATTLE – On March 29, 19 tribes received grants totaling nearly $2 million for on-the-ground projects to protect and preserve water quality and salmon habitat in the Puget Sound r...
High Court: Treated sewage OK at Snowbowl
The religious objections of Indian tribes can't stop the operators of Snowbowl from using recycled sewage to make snow on the San Francisco Peaks, the U.S...
PALA BAND SELECTED FOR SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION EXHIBIT ON NATIVE AMERICAN SKATEBOARDING
Only a year after opening a new skate park on their reservation, the Pala Band of Mission Indians will be included in a new Smithsonian Institution exhibit on skateboarding in the ...
Freedmen protest honor given to Cherokee chief
A group of descendants of former slaves once owned by Cherokee Indians Thursday protested an honor given to Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chad Smith...
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